As part of his social responsibility and his role model gesture, the Romania-based midfielder donated food items and cash to the sick children in the hospital.
Sulley Muniru has shown his generosity as the Ghana midfielder visited one of the hospitals to hand out money to sick children and adults.
As well as handing out cash, Muniru signed autographs and posed for photographs with nurses, doctors and the sick children.
The Romania-based midfielder donated food items and cash as part of his social responsibility and his role model gesture.
The rugged midfielder presented items like water, fruit juice, energy drink and undisclosed cash.
Mensah who also visited his 88-year-old godmother donated an undisclosed amount to her for her support during his young playing days in Obuasi.
Muniru was also seen handing out cash to a local as he walks around with a wad of notes in his hand.